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- abbr. gross domestic product
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- gross domestic product
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- n. the measure of an economy adopted by the United States in 1991; the total market values of goods and services produced by workers and capital within a nation's borders during a given period (usually 1 year)
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Market Indicators 6 The slide "Market Indicators" shows that in North Market Indicators America, growth is moderating as evidenced by the 2Q 2006 (change from 2Q 2005) estimated second quarter GDP figure of about 3.4 U.S. Real GDP* 3. 4\% percent year-over-year.
USA 2008 5\% Private consumption USA World average GDP real growth* 3\% GDP* $12.36 bn Population 300m 4\% growth *** UK GDP real 3. 5\%
Another stacked external GDP (GDP*) molecule belonging to a symmetry-related molecule is also represented (light pink) to emphasize the crystal packing contact.
FOMC Downgraded its GDP Projection For 2009, 2010 •Federal Open Market Committees new forecast is •GDP between - 1.3% and - 0.5% in 2009 (my prediction •2.5% and 3.3% in 2010 •also downgraded their projections for the unemployment forecast by saying it would increase sharply in the first half and flatten out in the second half www. forbes.com Obama to Push Immigration Bill
A decline in GDP is necessary to bring GDP back in line with actual wealth not the inflated wealth caused by the housing bubble and loose credit.
There was no need for the term GDP so much in 1960 as there were not many multi national companies around the globe and their national contribution value were small.
For the 10 full months this year, I have heard of the term GDP almost everyday either on the radio, television, or newspaper for a total of not less than few thousand times.
GDP compared to Canada, which exposes the use of the term GDP for what it really is. a political tactic:
At the end of the day, what do gamers have to lose if we drop the use of the term GDP, and instead replace it with terms like ‘markets’, ‘industry’ or ‘value’ even.
First of all, the article keeps using the term "economy" in the wrong way; In every instance, they should be using the term GDP (Gross Domestic Product).
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